The Australian Interior Design Awards recognise and celebrate interior design
excellence via a credible, industry-based program, which is backed by the Design
Institute of Australia, the professional body representing Australian designers.
The awards conferred have both national and international significance.
The judging process is anonymous, transparent and confidential. It is
What a year. From boom times, through fire, flood and plague, economic hardship
and the constant of our rapidly escalating climate crisis, it’s been a
rollercoaster, but what does this mean for market housing? In looking at four
market housing projects, we ask the architects what conditions they were
In considering the future of housing in Australia, we must also look to the
past. Our suburban city structures, generators of sprawl, but beloved for the
promise of garden – how might we rethink them? What qualities to retain, what
needs to change to help our cities adapt to the housing
The Hobart exhibition of the 2022 Tasmanian Architecture Awards will be held
this year at the Brooke St Pier, Hobart, from Thursday 26 May 2022 to Thursday
30 June 2022.
Pop in and see this year’s entries while it’s in Hobart and cast your vote in
The Design and Building Practitioners Act 2020 introduced fundamental changes
for designers of class 2 buildings (or buildings with a class 2 part) in NSW. It
has been almost one year since the regulation of design and building work,
practitioner registration, disciplinary actions, investigations and enforcement
provisions came into effect,
Before taking on a project, negotiating a clear scope of services is critical for consultants. As a baseline, consultants need to satisfy themselves that they have the knowledge, expertise and resources to perform the services that fall within their scope.